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Scarfs or Scarves

Not sure on the proper spelling of the plural of scarf and I am too lazy to google it... I'll get to the point now...Do you know multiple ways to tie different types of scarfs/scarves?  I always see scarfs on women and think "how cute"!  But I am so intimidated by how to tie them.  Links are welcome as again I am being to lazy to google.

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Re: Scarfs or Scarves

  • Scarves.  I'm lazy and just fold it in half and pull through. I can find a billion pics but no instructions.  Oprah had a how to several years ago.  Maybe I can find that.
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  • Yes, scarves.  And do you mean warm winter scarves or floaty little silk scarves?  Because I have no idea how to wear the latter. 

    If it's the former, I either wrap it all the way around my neck once and let the ends dangle or I double it up, wrap the halfed scarf around my neck and pull the ends through the hole I created at the top of the fold.  It depends on the scarf and where the detailing is.

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    If it's the former, I either wrap it all the way around my neck once and let the ends dangle or I double it up, wrap the halfed scarf around my neck and pull the ends through the hole I created at the top of the fold.  It depends on the scarf and where the detailing is.

    I do one of those two, also. I usually buy big "fashion" scarves, I'll call them, so they look fluffy when I do either of these. My coworker wraps hers in this really neat way and I need to have her show me how she does it.

  • I used to be intimidated by scarves (sp?) and then one day I got the balls and went to Ann Taylor Loft and bought a bunch on sale.  Then I asked the girl working there to show me how to tie them etc.  And I was still intimidated...until I went to Europe.  I packed a few for the trip in September and EVERYONE in Europe had on a scarf....some even had 2 on.  And I felt like a dumbass if I didn't wear a scarf...and I wore a scarf for almost 2 weeks during our trip.  Now I wear them all the time and LOVE them.  They can quickly jazz up a casual outfit or really add some flare to a really cute outfit.

    Check this chick out.  She talks a lot but she has good info:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dwQKEsmVLFw

  • OMG Kristina, she has a kind of hilarious lisp!  Hard to take the girl seriously when she keeps saying "thcarveth" Devil
  • hehehe... thith ith a really great thcarth to wear in the thringtime...
  • Devil  I never really noticed because I always fast forward thru her talking, and just watch the thcarth...
  • They blocked youtube at work... damn.

     

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